In addition, an MSF outreach team assisted people with, or at risk of contracting, COVID-19 who are living in squats. The team also ran health promotion, and infection prevention and control activities in shelters for homeless people and migrants.
We also continued to work in the humanitarian hub, a joint project with other Belgian aid organizations and citizens' initiative in Brussels, where we have been offering mental health care to migrants since 2017.
Support during exceptional floods in Wallonia region When Wallonia was hit by exceptional floods in early July, we launched an emergency intervention in Liège province, one of the worst-affected areas. Our team supported a reception center for disaster victims by coordinating activities and providing mental health assistance.